Some of you might know pork cheeks are my absolute favorite piece of meat. For those who don’t know! Don’t worry. They know as much as you! There’s a new favorite in town! “Pluma Ibérico”. Have you ever heard of it? I had been searching […]
We all got our favorite cuts of meat. If you ask me I’ll always go for the cheeks! Thinking about pork and beef cheeks. They are perfect for slow cooking projects. I had never thought about searching for venison cheeks before. Until Carmans delivered me these beauties. Time for a grilled venison cheeks stew with raspberry beer, based on the classic flemish stew. This pimped stew is excellent for a cold sunday project and might even fit well on your holiday menu. Check it out now and start drooling.
Chicken comes in many styles! There’s the legendary beercan chicken, you’ve got the delicious thighs, drums, … Many sauces, rubs and spices. But then you got the smokey Thai Roadkill chicken! Sweet, sour and spicy! The perfect combo… When roasted to perfection you’ll be able […]
Best thing about summer are the BBQ and cocktail parties! When both come together it’s even better! But don’t bring yourself in a difficult position by serving loads of meat before you start the Main course! It’s a pitty if your guests are fullfilled when you bring the star piece. These Marinated Grilled Mushrooms are a great alternative. And they are one of my favorites! So take a quick look!
Number 51 at the Chinese restaurant is an all time favorite over here! Over here it’s rarely cooked on the grill although it’s literally translated as roasted pork and usually made on the grill. So time for a BBQ Babi Panggang. An Indonesian pork roast […]
While sitting in France I’m writing down this recipe about Vietnamese Meatballs! The BBQ Bastard goes multicultural. The idea for this recipe came after a visit to the superb restaurant Bun! in Antwerp (Belgium). The meal we got served over there was awesome. I realised […]
Best part of summer is having some time off from work! Two weeks enjoying the good life even more than the other days. We’re heading to France this year. However France is a great country I prefer the italian kitchen. To celebrate the Italian food I present you this delicious homemade “Pasta con scampi alla griglia e Aglio Affurnicato”. An excellent way to experiment with the charcoal tray for my Napoleon Rogue gas grill!
Making homemade sausage was on my bucket list for a long time! I’m a big fan of cooking from scratch. It learns you how things are made and makes you understand the craftmanship behind what you’re eating. By making sausages like this homemade chorizo I […]